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Kerang Bowling Club [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
Berau 0vliug Club istl ll "Ihandi Lo'ni;,l"l lourinamne~lt L) Corn CO )I;IIII neCSL- V Adisrn bIlc! j~; nibc1l'l g, v B~lrrcII -~ rcr lc~d arnd :111~i 31cC ir1]~ SCr, V Gregory iic l'I \[uur scr, v n lr lUC 111 CI Scott atnd atCtristolrtcr 1,' V Rad - 111 Co to li~hil )n SIVr~ r~.l anI ~ ncl n tocoat crV "ne· n
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
I Significant EconomyI Event.. HAWTllORBE 111108. Summer Sale. Hlere are Bargains that lppeal to you. This is positively a personal matter. S Barg?I?rs like these appeal to everybody so that tbey aro burO to interest you. We impnr. all our .Manche.'er go ds di i ect, so that you are sxre of savings - our s ale bargain- are real .tunners -k, i~ "' Vet are heavily' stocked in Sheetigs. To I dwet, Calicoes, Dama-ks, eto--ouse quently we are offering values that are' oiatinctly attractive ® The goods arc all right-but the prices ._ -. are utterly demoralised. come and take Advantage of these great Manchester BSARGINS. 55in White Twill Sheeting, 10d, is yd. 72in White Twill Sheeting, Is, is 3d vd. 80in White Twill Sineeting, is 3d, is 6d, Is lid yd 54in Unbleached Herringbone Sheeting, 10d yd. 72in TUnbleached Herringbone Sbhe'ing, Is, Is 2d yd 80in Unbleached Herringbone Sheetring, is 4d yd All-Linen Forfars,-4s 6 doz ; 51d, 6id, 8d, 10d yd 29in Ticking, 5}d, 10d yd Rol er Towelling, 4o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
4~ Qa~ ~alrige ~ p~g~ of &i~..;it§ eu~fibel~IR to fecle:it.aE-SortsrfldOUt. ~ ~ ~ourw~athcr~rfl v.int~r5I~it. Why net ~ 50bi~thCCJOo~regar o now Sarcoc Suit? ~ ~'~sr APP~r~~1ce Dn~pciidS ~y~j ~ ~ t~sICS err rzfkCtOd a ytar sttir~. To be - that you no faidOe.&IY attired hose us r~;rr 1~or t~W ~ NOW is ~a 1ocd nmc to enad 4/ ~ ~ Lctwt yotacea. CI~o~tcs Modorote. I [1xNA~S, ~.pi~sI~c~( & ',~' I' Kez'ang. ~ ~ w $ A li -a C I ~ ~. You ii. ii u~ to tba Timo~ by . ~ , ',~4g**~00e ~ ii i~ / II iz~exn"~ .~frce(, ISALLAJAT, - L I~72' Ci -m -r~ -~ CI Dornplete Home Furnishers. ~ tiP STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS, BAMBOO BLINDS, SPRING ROLLER BLINDS, VENETIAN BLINDS, ICE CHESTS. )ING CAMP STRETCIIWRS in best Army Duck, f~lds into rmall size, i5lbs weight, i7s Gd each. i CHAIRS, strongly made, stout canvas, 3s 6d, 4s Gd, 6s 9d. NG ROLLER BLINDS, complete, Green, is lid, 2s Gd. S NG ROLLER BLINDS, complete, Green and Cream, rever- C ible, lace edge, Is Gd, 3s 6d, Is iid. ci .TE B...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
IN a country like ours with a democratic Government having strong Socialistic tendencies, the number and importance of the business concerns entered into by the Government are rapidly in creasing. It has been found that the exigencies of Parliamentary Government compels leading politicians to be appointed to Ministerial office, not so much for their business qualifications as for the. strength in Parliament they will bring to the Ministry: Thus we find Ministers of Rail ways, Water Works, Lands, Education and other -business departments who have no special knowledge of these matters and who have no particular ac quaintance with even the rudi ments of business management. This. has become so generally re cogni'sed both in Parliament and out of it that it had been found necessary to delegate the busi-. ness management of the various state concerns to Boards and Commissions. As the outcome of this need for better'than Minis terial control and management, we have a Railway Commission, a...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
I.BEREAVYiMENT NOTICE. M R and MRS C. TAYSOM d.?ire o T"Iha, k their many frmn is for the:r kndness and sympathy; and also for t, e numerous letters of condolenee; wreaths, flowers, etc, during their recent sad berea?e ment. Stan C ( getu imes PUBLISHED TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27?th.
LAKE BOGA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
LAKE BOGA RACES. The above races were held on WL' day in fine weather and attractedalIC orowd. The fields on the whole r good and some good racing was witkae although spme of the starts mighth been better. The prosident, 31r Heaney, vice-presidehts, Meoss Roberts and H. A. Hussey, judge, Aamussen, assistant judge, ar J. Stephenson, starter, M1r W. Green,1 of course, Mr W. Robertson, ecre Mr J. J. Bell and the other oltjit attended to their duties assiduoustly to them is largely due the success f meeting. A number of motorcOS neyed visitors from Kerang to the a Following are the results : Mallee Brush Hurdle Race.-F" Commiti's Power, 9 3, 1; J' 4 nessy's Irish Boy, 9-0, 2; R. Caroun, 9-3, 3. Six starters. 3mrin. 54seo. Trial Stakes--q. BHaye' Hol'f: 8-11, 1; A. M'Inies' Footlaso, 8.l. T. H. Barwick's Jay Gay, 8-11,, a starters, won reily, Time, imin? Lake Boga Iliandiorp --T 0, nessy's W.L.S., 8 3, 1; L. H Necooroonook, 8-7, 2; Lyit?'s lands, 7-7, 3 Five stalters. Wonil Necooroonook,...
DISTRICT NEWS. GUNBOWER ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
DISTRICT 1S 1 GUn 11 O3OWE ISLL IS 'In the Tenniis t,,. ' singles) V. Jackson ?I, se .J. Iancock Ieat l . S,";i;C1n1t,4 match between Southern l t" regardeds as haav\i, th ,'s., ! is un finished. F So, uest K Southern, 4- itc.- .e at liorlon ncext Saturdayt Ft-e Lcitchvilleo tean,.- Ihanc^, ttOen (3). Cook. Misses E. ' cock (2t, Noij]i. ---n.il Fisheren wtu use "io :putlie';s" are fettini ,ou'd 5 thei Gubolver Creekl. l week ; parly of 'tw t totalling 451bs.. weight, a 5 aga;is captured 7t lis among tlherii bliet, a IIh ritot Mr Martih. Luie, *u who sustained ini uitP o C? n, tbmoLugh beiog in a completely recovered r 1 andl tl-Ishock lie rcrie lt (iltet interesl is takitn annira locallv, lllll 'special s to ie madOe tolo inliuce rTr i ptie.' to visit Guiiioncr islaC , lie goes to Kcrnii for tlhe SSandy Blights is playin, hl, Sthis district. clspci;tllv ailli i dr-ni. Unless it is checked so?to sclloolsin tlhe district ias Ile closed. as it has considerln,lyi-.s : the number of abse...
ECHUCA LINE. Monday Wednesday, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
EOCHUCA LINE. .Mondeay Wednesday, Friday. Close Received from p.m. p.m. Combionbar... 10.30 6.30 Kering East 10.30 6.30 Cullen ... 10 30 6.30 Milne's Bridge "10.30 6.30 Koroop ... 10.30 6.30 Cobuna ... 10.30 6.30 Wee Wee Rup 10.30 6.30 Leitchville ... 10.30 6.30 Sunbower Estate" 10.30 6.30 Gunbower ... 10.30 6 30 Torrumbarry 10 30 6.30 Patho .,. 10 30 6.30 Echoca ... 10.30 6.30 wKo Swamp 10.30 6.30
Tragedy at Boort. LEADING RESIDENT MURDERED. MURDERER COMMITS SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
Tragedy at Boort. LEADING RESIDENT MURDERED. MURDERER COMMITS SUICIDE. s A double tragedy was enactcd at S Boor.t on Tuesday last, ,wh?lch sent a .1 thrill of horror through thle conmmunity. Mr Oswald Coults, sonil of Mr lobert r Courts, the well-known grazier, oi Long "i \i-ew Station, was shot by the cook namedt George Apllel)y, with a sin glc-barrelced gun. lthe inmrderer subsc- I tuentty comnitted suicide by swallowilng I lysol. . ( _ThIe cook duritlg the day told -Mr Coutts that he was going to take'ai trip to Melbourcne by the excursion, leavitg I B3oors on Wednesday.. Ma r Couts re pliedt that hs -would detluct thle week's I wages if lhe dtird not give the usual notice. The two melc cailne into Boorl, anrd the argument. continuedt. Mr Coutts would not settle ruidcr any condition.t, andt when hie returnedwttih Ihis grooili the cook remarked that hIe would shoot hilm. Mrr Couts dtid not take the matter. zer:lmsl-, but oin aliglhting froni the burrggy, hie niolicid the cook pick...
CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
CABLES, Lord C hurlchill Loj0' Labor inemher Ilender'son in the house' of C?Onlions (lia'i 11.1,S. Psycthe and Pvmiiiins were atGClirsthclhrcIh duriniL the recent strike btut the admilialtt istiructins to It? comlmandais of the vessels twere to keep clear of Labor disputes, but if the re. ponsiles Govelinment of any. domi nion I,.sked for help it must be gtvle:. Iary IAndsay, a sufstagette, w\is iined hls for horsewhipping Lord Weardale In mistake for the Primne D inister, Mr -A sqith. The women of Illinois, U.S.A., in running female candidates at the Muni cijpal elections in the inle sts of prohi bition. The Ki)tg is to hbe pllesent at the White sox and now York giants hbaseball battch at Clhelseait IR -
North-West Lakes Water Supply. DEPUTATION TO MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
North-West Lakes W~ater Supply. DEP''.TIOS TO MIR ISTAER. A depaton of setrtlerso from tie North-West Lakes district was introduc ed on the 19th o dist., by' 'Mr Angus, :L.A.,-n o the Mlinister of Water Supply. The deputation protested against the rate of Is .61, which had .bee imposed -by tha e ,ziter ng umminsiofj in the p North Werst Lakes dilala'ict, and which' the settler had received notice to pay on the 27th February. It stated that when ia'? Mead visited" the locality last year he promised that only an hnnual ra?ting of o-!n100 would be riequired, but nw the frathng'wos tsr aowount to .377 a oear. The works they 'red uire"-ivollld ~ost £2,000, a~id thev "wouild rnot ob jet to paying their: proper share. Tfhev fouitd' tirot !1,000 was to b.e spen't on Pyramfid Creek, ;!nd h1tt there ;b-erc to be nmaintenatnce chatrges for \\ashpen Cheek. They objected to pay entilre rates on what" thiey regarded as'national works, and they consid'ered that Pyranmid Creek mnight be" so describ...
NEW MOTOR GARAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
NEW MOTOR GARAGE. Perhaps there could be no better gauge of the progrtss and prosperity of tihe dis trict than the rapidly increasing number of motor cars which are to be seuen in Kerang and neighboring localities. The increasing use of motor cars necessitates greater provision for accommodstion and repairs. To meet this growing need a new firm, Arouldt and Greenwood, has commenced business in Wel.ington Street, Kerang, and have just completed a splen did building and equipmena for not only the sheltering of motors, but also for re pairs of every sort needed in'connection willi that mode of locomotion. A visit to the premises which is called the Norlhern- District b!bolor Garage discloses a very up-to-date cstablishmeent. The building is a ?crick floor structure with on5 side entirfely of glass so that the lighting is excellent: A splendid pit is provided and constructed in such a wlIty as to gfie easy access to all parts of the car. The garage is 54f1. by 30ft. In a room 22ft. by l...
The Gold Vultures. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
The Gold Vultures. : By Fred C. Smale. Jim Matheson and I sat in a recess sipping our drinks and enjoying the cool stillness. Outside an occasional cart rumbled by, and once a flock of sheep plaintively bleated their way past bound for some green fields outside the town. No one else was in the private bar and I think we -wer both nearly asleep I whein the glass door at the far end swung open and a bulky motorist en tered. He removed his goggles, and,. ~s lie blinked relievedly..I saw that one eye was missing. A crimson patch of flesh showed where the goggles had a seen, but a white layer of dust coated the remainder of the new-comer from c cap to toe. c After the glare outside our corner was probably dark to him, and I could f see that we were unobserved. "A large, long drink, missie," he said in a fat, husky voice. "Same as you brewed for me this morning." I felt Jim start and nudge me quiet ly. I looked at him, but le motioned s me to remain silent. Producing a" pen- t cil he wrot...